Taco Tuesday explainer

Aim of the puzzle: Use a classic for loop to access every 3rd element in an array.
Walk through of solution: The tacos array is imported from additional code. It is shuffled before every code run, so the array should have a different order of elements each time.

The classic for loop declares the looping variable i and sets its value to 0. After each iteration, the operation i += 3 will update i by 3. The iteration will continue as long as i < tacos.length is true.

Inside the code block, we can access and print out the current element in the tacos array by using i for its index.
Sample code solution:

import { tacos } from 'grasshopper.taqueria';

for (let i = 0; i < tacos.length; i += 3) {
    console.log(tacos[i]);
}

Javascript Concepts: Classic For Loops, Addition Assignment Operators, Imports